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02.20.2010 | | Posted at 05:16 PM

From the Foundling Review

By Ken Brosky
I'm a sucker for stories that skirt the edges of traditional narration, and I think this particular short story does just that: it's relaxed, it has a very conversational tone, and it drew me in early on because I felt a closeness with the narrator. From "The Silence of Harold," by Pam Parker: �For forty-four years we lived over our corner drug store in Haydenville.  We talked. ...

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